My Publications

2019

  • Igor Maximilian Sauer, Moritz Queisner, Michael Pogorzhelskiy, Johann Pratschke (forthcoming 2019) Operieren im digitalen Raum – Mixed Reality in der Chirurgie. In: Erwin Böttinger, Jasper zu Putlitz (Eds.) The Future of Medicine. Disruptive innovations transform healthcare in the 21st Century. Berlin: Medizinisch Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft.

2018

  • Moritz Queisner (2018) „Wir schaffen einen Experimentierraum zur Erprobung neuer Technologien.“ Interview mit TK-Blog. Link

  • Luisa Feiersinger, Kathrin Friedrich, Moritz Queisner (Ed.) (2018) Image – Action – Space. Situating the Screen in Visual Practice. De Gruyter.
  • Moritz Queisner, Nina Franz (im Erscheinen 2018) The Actors Are Leaving the Control Station. The Crisis of Cooperation in Image-guided Drone Warfare. In: Luisa Feiersinger, Kathrin Friedrich, Moritz Queisner (Ed..) Image – Action – Space. Situating the Screen in Visual Practice. De Gruyter.
  • Moritz Queisner, Nina Franz (im Erscheinen 2018) Die Akteure verlassen die Kontrollstation. 
Krisenhafte Kooperationen im bildgeführten Drohnenkrieg. In Bennke, Johannes; Seifert, Johanna; Siegler, Martin; Terberl, Christina (Hg.): Prekäre Koexistenz, Paderborn: Fink 2018.
  • Moritz Queisner, Igor Sauer, Johann Pratschke (2018) Mixed and Augmented Reality – Why Surgeons Should Care. In Annals of Surgery. July, 2018. doi: 10.1097/SLA.0000000000002913. More info / Download
  • Moritz Queisner, Igor Sauer, Michael Pogorzhelskyi, Christopher Remde (2018) Future Operating Room. Augmented und Virtual Reality in der Chirurgie. In: Making Games. Nr. 31, 4, 2018. More info / Download

2017

  • Moritz Queisner (2017) Disrupting Screen-Based Interaction. Design Principles of Mixed Reality Displays. In: Carsten Busch, Christian Kassung and Jürgen Sieck (ed.) Mixed Reality. Hülsbusch. S. 133-144. More info / Download
  • Moritz Queisner (2017)“Look to Kill.“ On the Precarious Relationship between Transparency and Opacity in Helmet Displays. In: Nikola Doll, Horst Bredekamp, Wolfgang Schäffner (Ed.) +ultra. knowledge & gestaltung. E. A. Seemann, Leipzig, p. 294–300. More info / Download
  • Sauer, Igor M.; Queisner, Moritz; Tang, Peter; Moosburner, Simon; Hoepfner, Ole; Horner, Rosa; Lohmann, Rudiger; Pratschke, Johann: „Mixed Reality in vis­ce­ral sur­ge­ry – Development of a sui­ta­ble work­flow and eva­lua­ti­on of in­tra­ope­ra­ti­ve use-cases“. In: Annals of Surgery, 2017 Aug 1. doi: 10.1097/SLA.0000000000002448. More info / Download
  • Moritz Queisner (2017) ’Looking Through a Soda Straw’: Mediated Vision in Remote Warfare. In: Politik, Vol. 20, No. 1. More info / Download

2016

  • Michael Friedman, Kathrin Friedrich, Moritz Queisner, Christian Stein (2016) Conceptualizing Screen Practices: How Head-Mounted Displays Transform Action and Perception. Media Tropes, Vol 6, No 1. More info / Download
  • Moritz Queisner (2016) Der Blick als Waffe. Zum prekären Verhältnis von Transparenz und Opazität bei Helmdisplays. In: Nikola Doll, Horst Bredekamp, Wolfgang Schäffner (Hrg.) +ultra. gestaltung schafft wissen. E. A. Seemann, Leipzig, S. 293–299. More info / Download
  • Moritz Queisner (2016) Medical Screen Operations: How Head-Mounted Displays Transform Action and Perception in Surgical Practice. In: Media Tropes, Vol 6, No 1 (2016): Conceptualizing Screen Practices: How Head-Mounted Displays Transform Action and Perception, 30–51. More info / Download
  • Moritz Queisner, Kathrin Friedrich, Anna Roethe (Hrg.) (2016) Bildwelten des Wissens. Kunsthistorisches Jahrbuch für Bildkritik, Bd. 12.1: Image Guidance. Bedingungen bildgeführter Operation. Berlin: De Gruyter. More info / Download
  • Moritz Queisner (2016) Bildoperationen. Das Problem der Mensch-Maschine Interaktion bei bildgeführten Interventionen. In: F. Goppelsröder, J. Sternagel (Hrg.) Techniken des Leibes. Velbrück. S. 77–86. More info / Download

2015

  • Moritz Queisner (2015) Armchair Activist. In: Aesthetics of Resistance, Pictorial Glossary, The Nomos of Images, ISSN: 2366-9926. More info / Download
  • Moritz Queisner (2016) Drone Vision. Sehen und Handeln an der Schnittstelle von Sinnen und Sensoren. In: B. Ochsner & R. Stock (Hrg.) senseAbility – Mediale Praktiken des Sehens und Hörens. Transcript. S. 169–188. DOI: https://doi.org/10.14361%2F9783839430644-008. More info / Download
  • Kathrin Friedrich, Thomas Picht, Moritz Queisner, Anna Roethe (2015) Im Bildlabor der Neurochirurgie. Ein interdisziplinärer, bildgeführter Fallbericht. In: Wolfgang Schäffner / Horst Bredekamp (Hrg.): Haare hören – Strukturen wissen – Räume agieren. Transcript. S.31–43. More info / Download

2014

  • Friedrich, K., & Queisner, M. (2014). Automated killing and mediated caring How image-guided robotic intervention redefines radiosurgical practice. In S. Torrance, M. Coeckelbergh, J. Soraker, B. Whitby, & A. van Wynsberghe (Eds.), Proceddings of the 50th Anniversary Convention of the Soci­ety for the Study of Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence and the Sim­u­la­tion of Behav­iour. London. More info / Download
  • Moritz Queisner (2014). Click Social Activism? A Localisation of Political Participation After Networks. In C. Apprich, J. B. Slater, A. Iles, & O. L. Schultz (Eds.), Plants, Androids and Operators – A Post-Media Handbook. Mute Books. pp. 126–137. More info / Download

2013

2012

  • Franz Engel, Moritz Queisner, Tullio Viola (Hrg.) (2012). Das bildnerische Denken: Charles S. Peirce. Akademie Verlag. More info
  • Franz Engel, Moritz Queisner, Tullio Viola (2012) Viertheit: Peirce’ Zeichnungen. In: Franz Engel, Moritz Queisner, Tullio Viola (Hrg.) Das bildnerische Denken: Charles S. Peirce. Akademie Verlag. S. 39–50. More info / Download

2010

2009

  • Border Crossings was a speed-project that I did during my studies at the University of Potsdam, Germany. It was part of a work about the relation between visibility and iconicity entitled „Uncertainty – On the Transparency of Pictures“.

2008

  • Follow Me was a student mapping-project on tracking and tracing I did as a student at the Institute for Arts and Media at the University of Potsdam. The aim of the project was to combine technological and artistic elements in order to frame the relationship of intermediality and the archive.